Students should be able to:
- Know the basic concepts of Electrical Engineering and related areas.
- Know and understand the basic structure of the power systems, their elements and their functions, representing these correctly in an electrical diagram in both steady state and transient, and interpret their characteristic parameters and their assigned values.
- Understand the basic operating principle of rotating electrical machines (synchronous and asynchronous), find the equivalent circuit in steady state and the torque-speed characteristic curve.
- Interpret the meaning of unit magnitudes in a power system and perform simple analysis of electrical systems.
- Perform calculations specified in the rules of power-flow, short-circuit and transient stability analysis in connecting renewable generation systems.
- Understand and analyze the operation of the synchronous machine and the transformer as a control element for voltage or power flows.
- Understand the fundamental concepts related to the frequency and voltage control in power systems.
- Describe the operation of a simulation tool for power systems and determine the values of the electrical quantities using the tool.